Welcome to Jotmans Hall Primary School where “every child matters”. At Jotmans Hall we believe that children are individuals and they all learn in different ways. Our rich and varied curriculum and excellent facilities ensure that we are able to provide experiences to meet their needs and move them forward in their learning.
Our hardworking staff ensure that each child’s progress is carefully monitored and we pride ourselves on the School’s warm and welcoming environment which enables children to thrive.
We offer a very wide range of enrichment opportunities, such as music and sport, and provide high quality childcare before and after school to support parents and carers.
We hope you enjoy our website and find it useful and informative.
Today, Year 6 were visited by a fire safety officer and given a talk about cyber safety and using the internet in a safe and secure way. We are very impressed by the mature and sensible way they listened and asked questions. If you, or your child, have any further questions about this, please contact the school to speak to our CEOP officer or Miss Ward.
The children in Year 3 and 4 travelled back to the 1940’s on Tuesday and took part in a WW2 experience day. They completed a military drill with Corporal Vincent; learned about evacuation with Bunty and danced the Lambeth Walk in the afternoon. Check out Lime, Maple and Sycamore’s class page on the school website for even more photos and information. A big thank you to everyone for putting so much effort into the day.
Huge environmental shout out to the lovely Scarlett who went out into the community during the holidays to clear up rubbish. She was disgusted by the amount of rubbish she saw and wanted to do something about it. What an inspiration! Have you done something worthy of a shout out? Let Miss Andrews in Cedar Class know and you could appear on our fb page!
Harvest is fast approaching and we are holding our Harvest Festival assembly next week on Wednesday 25th September. This year we are asking children to bring in small donations of non perishable food items and toiletries (e.g shower gel, soap or sanitary products) to donate to HARP and Changing Pathways. Both are local charities which support those who are homeless and those who have suffered domestic abuse. Please send any donations to class with your child. Thank you so much once again for supporting our charity fundraising.
Cedar Class went out and about around the school to collect different objects to represent numbers in different ways. This early consolidation of number facts is crucial to help them develop their maths skills in readiness for number sentences, sums, addition and subtraction, which they will be starting in a couple of weeks. Great job Cedar Class.
Roll up, Roll up! The Woodland Club proudly presents "Dumbo Movie Night" - Friday 27th September. Limited spaces available so please contact Miss Wiggins on the details below to secure your place as soon as possible.